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Opportunity for young and unemployed

9 September 2014

Chance to learn new skills offered to 16-24's

THE Albion Foundation has teamed up with Barclays and the Premier League to offer a great opportunity to young adults aged between 16-24 years, who are not in education, training or employment above 16 hours per week.
 
During this year-long programme, participants will be given the opportunity to gain a number of new skills and accreditations, including numeracy and literacy key skills, money and life skills, social and educational workshops and a Sports Leaders’ qualification.
 
Their aim is to support unemployed young people with real practical experience in the work place, along with the key skills they require for their future career.
 
The overall purpose of the programme is to facilitate a young person’s progression onto an Apprenticeship programme, full-time education or sustainable long-term employment.
 
To register your interest/receive an application form please contact dan.crane@albionfoundation.co.uk


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